foot it

foot it

tv. to go somewhere by foot; to walk or run. (see also ankle, shank it. Compare to hook it.) I have to foot it over to the drugstore for some medicine.
See also: foot
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"Our discipline is the same but if we cut them things out then we should be on the front foot it's just doing it from the start and not giving RGC the opportunity to put points on the board.
"It's warm and the pitch was a bit bobbly and some decided that we'd probably take a look at them whereas if you're on the front foot it's different.
Neither side are great shakes in attack but if the Sea Eagles can get on the front foot it's hard to see the Rabbitohs keeping up.
Less than five minutes were on the clock when Andy Mangan crossed from the left but just as the ball reached me in the six yard box it seemed to skip up off the turf and flew off the top of my foot It's one of those misses that you go over time and again in your head, even though, as the gaffer later pointed out, I'm not the first it's happened to and I won't be the last.
"It's not harder, it's the same position but a few times when it drops to your left foot it's a little bit awkward.
He did ever so well to get into that situation and if he'd swung at the ball with his left foot it's a goal.
And if you want to travel to France or Belgium by foot it's FREE.
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If Ben Morgan gets the ball on the front foot it's going to take two of them to stop him.
If you have a horse without a turn of foot it's a waste of time bringing them to Paris.
I thought, "If it was good enough for Michael Foot it's good enough for me."